Excerpt from Music Study in Germany
IN preparing for the public letters which were written only for home, I have hoped that some readers would find in them the charm of style which the writer's friends fancy them to possess; that others would think the description of her masters amid their pupils, and especially Liszt, worth preserving; while piano students would be grateful for the information that an analysis of the piano technique has been made, such as very greatly to diminish the difficulties of the instrument.
How much of Herr Deppe's piano method is original with himself, pianists must decide. That he has at least made an invaluable re'sume' of all or most of their secrets, my sister believes no student of the instrument who fairly and conscientiously examines into the matter will deny.
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